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Do you have a GSOH?

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    Votes: 56 50.5%
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  • No

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  • What's a GSOH?

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Trevp666

It was like that when I got here.........honest!!!
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If they were saved at 5 to 6 on the 7th of August....then I'd be impressed...
 

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You had that from r/peeling, you sick sick monkey.
They aren't my feet, but do belong to a member of this forum. If you guess correctly, you may have some of this cake!


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Mythopoeika

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Doug Henning! Very talented magician, a staple of holiday filler TV viewing in the UK. Became a candidate for the notorious Natural Law Party in the 90s, and died of cancer when he eschewed medical treatment in favour of healthy eating and meditation.
I thought he was great - one of the most entertaining stage magicians.
Sadly died too young.
 

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Doug Henning! Very talented magician, a staple of holiday filler TV viewing in the UK. Became a candidate for the notorious Natural Law Party in the 90s, and died of cancer when he eschewed medical treatment in favour of healthy eating and meditation.

'A genuine Party Political Broadcast from the June 1994 UK Election for the European Parliament, including footage of Yogic Flying... THIS IS NOT A SPOOF!'

I saw this at the time.


Edit - dammit, I didn't know it wouldn't play on'ere.
 
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Mythopoeika

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'A genuine Party Political Broadcast from the June 1994 UK Election for the European Parliament, including footage of Yogic Flying... THIS IS NOT A SPOOF!'

I saw this at the time.

I remember even getting a campaign leaflet pushed through the door. It must have cost them a lot of money.
 

Yithian

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And whatever foot diseases they might have...


I've put that image in Spoiler tags and labelled it with the reason; please do so yourself next time—give readers the option to pass over such things.
 

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I used to say that to the ex most days. :mad:
He seemed to behave more and more bizarrely as time went on. No other comment covered it. :thought:

Actual conversations -

'I notice you don't salt the vegetables for health reasons so I've added a tablespoon to each pan.'
'What the hell is wrong with you?'

'My boots were covered in dried mud so I banged them together over the bath.'
'What the HELL is wrong with you?'

'I told Escet (son) not to bother learning the Highway Code because he's sensible enough without it.'
'WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU?'

Humour. It hits home. :chuckle:
 

Bigphoot2

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I used to say that to the ex most days. :mad:
He seemed to behave more and more bizarrely as time went on. No other comment covered it. :thought:

Actual conversations -

'I notice you don't salt the vegetables for health reasons so I've added a tablespoon to each pan.'
'What the hell is wrong with you?'

'My boots were covered in dried mud so I banged them together over the bath.'
'What the HELL is wrong with you?'

'I told Escet (son) not to bother learning the Highway Code because he's sensible enough without it.'
'WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU?'

Humour. It hits home. :chuckle:
I used to work with someone whose conversational opener would usually be "What's your problem?" That would be followed by some petty argument that could last days.
One example - he came into work one morning and the receptionist said "Good morning."
"What's your problem?"
"Eh?"
"You said 'Hello' yesterday and 'Good morning today' so why did you do that? What's your problem with saying 'hello'?"
That ended up with her in tears and idiot ranting to her manager about the level of staff training in his department.
We had that on a daily basis with him but the powers that be would never get rid of him, just shunt him off to another unit until they got fed up and he was moved again.
 

Dinobot

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I used to say that to the ex most days. :mad:
He seemed to behave more and more bizarrely as time went on. No other comment covered it. :thought:

Actual conversations -

'I notice you don't salt the vegetables for health reasons so I've added a tablespoon to each pan.'
'What the hell is wrong with you?'

'My boots were covered in dried mud so I banged them together over the bath.'
'What the HELL is wrong with you?'

'I told Escet (son) not to bother learning the Highway Code because he's sensible enough without it.'
'WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU?'

Humour. It hits home. :chuckle:

That would explain our wedding cake!

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escargot

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I used to work with someone whose conversational opener would usually be "What's your problem?" That would be followed by some petty argument that could last days.
One example - he came into work one morning and the receptionist said "Good morning."
"What's your problem?"
"Eh?"
"You said 'Hello' yesterday and 'Good morning today' so why did you do that? What's your problem with saying 'hello'?"
That ended up with her in tears and idiot ranting to her manager about the level of staff training in his department.
We had that on a daily basis with him but the powers that be would never get rid of him, just shunt him off to another unit until they got fed up and he was moved again.
What a total dickhead. If he tried that conversational gambit down the Dog and Duck he'd be picking his teeth up in no time.
 
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